Providing personalised care in beautiful home environments
Salisbury Manor15CMYK
We believe the tiny details are the big things
Best carer and resident photo
Working together with kindness, integrity, trust, empathy and respect
Weymouth 12
We have a genuine desire to enhance and enrich lives of people in need of support
50
Delivering a new generation of luxurious care homes in the UK
1

Latest Posts

memories-wall-art-sticker-wa076x-[2]-2707-p

Our residents’ memory boxes

Posted on Monday 15th of September 2014 by Amy Hyland in Care Home, Dementia Care

Our memories are a hugely important part of who we are, they shape our personalities and can bring great joy for ourselves and others when we share them. Sadly, memory loss is a common symptom […]

SM2

Happy 1st Birthday Salisbury Manor

Posted on Friday 12th of September 2014 by Amy Hyland in Care Home, Locations, Salisbury

Salisbury Manor, the town’s first luxury care home, was declared open by Mayor Penny Brown at a vintage-themed event in September 2013. It’s been a packed first year and we’re proud to say that Salisbury […]

photo 3

Celebrating our residents: Barbara Griffiths

Posted on Friday 5th of September 2014 by Amy Hyland in Elderly Care, People and Places, Salisbury

At Gracewell Healthcare we believe it is very important our residents carry on leading full and active lives whilst continuing the hobbies and interests they have always loved.   We also like to celebrate our […]

Apple-chalkboard-book

School Days Memories

Posted on Monday 1st of September 2014 by Amy Hyland in Camberley, Care Home, Elderly Care, People and Places, Salisbury

School days are some of the happiest days of our lives. Our school years shape our friendships and future careers, as well as creating life-long memories. As the start of the new school year approaches […]

AmherstNCHOD

Our School Links

Posted on Friday 29th of August 2014 by Amy Hyland in Care Home, People and Places

Young people and older members of our communities can learn so much from each other, sharing experiences and taking part in activities together. This is why we feel it is so important our homes build […]

TheRidings4

Meet our home managers: Sarah-Jane Parkin

Posted on Monday 25th of August 2014 by Amy Hyland in Care Home, People and Places

Today we meet Sarah-Jane Parkin, Home Manager of The Ridings in Church Crookham – one our newest homes. Sarah tells us about a family member who motivated her to work in care and what she […]

Beryl  Exhbition at Well Cathedral

Celebrating our residents: Beryl Vincent

Posted on Friday 22nd of August 2014 by Amy Hyland in Care Home, Elderly Care, Frome, People and Places

Getting to know our residents and the tiny details about their lives is at the heart of our personalised care approach. In this series of blogs we celebrate the wonderful people in our care and […]

Peter Curtis2

CQC inspection changes will improve quality of care

Posted on Friday 15th of August 2014 by Peter Curtis in Elderly Care, Healthcare News, Our Thoughts

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) recently announced changes to the way in which it regulates and reviews care homes. Inspectors will now look to answer the following five key questions about care services when they […]

candle

First World War commemorations mean so much

Posted on Monday 11th of August 2014 by Amy Hyland in Care Home, Elderly Care

This month we mark the centenary of the start of the First World War and although none of the veterans now survive, for our residents the memories of growing up in the shadow of this […]

recipe

Bake Off fever hits the homes

Posted on Friday 8th of August 2014 by Amy Hyland in Care Home, Elderly Care

The Great British Bake Off is back and we’re very excited to see who will be crowned star baker and who will be chastised for having a ‘soggy bottom’. For many, baking is an important […]